Sep 18, 2006

DiSC Training Tips: Opening Exercises Before Participants Complete DiSC

7 ideas for Introductions and Opening Exercises Before Your Participants Complete the DiSC Profile:

  1. Have participants write the name of a friend or coworker. Ask them why the two of them are compatible.
  2. Have participants write the name of a person with whom they have difficulty communicating. Ask: "What types of friction do you experience?" Later on they can pull it out again and apply what they’ve learned.
  3. Use the QuikDiSC Card Game as an ice-breaker.
  4. Using the Whiteboard, have participants use adjectives to describe one person who scribes
  5. Have your group think about the group's mission. What is this person’s contribution to the mission? The group provides these adjectives, not the person they’re describing.
  6. Focus on the value of diversity in teams.
  7. Have participants capture their unique contribution to the group and draw a picture of what they are doing.

What methods do you use in your DiSC training sessions?

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